yes you have camber adjustment front and rear but it's very limited. i say most you can get is -2deg, and that is at full slammage. rear gets more camber than front. you will need aftermarket arms and negative RCAS for more.
on a 2nd gen can easily get -3/-4 f/r at dropped height if not more.
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Thanks a lot for info! I'm not sure how much 2 degree is but I don't need much to clear my front wheel. I'm currently rubbing the little rivet in the wheel well, running 40's series tires. 245 40 19 up front and my rear is the same without issue but I did roll both rear fenders. I'm not sure if I could roll the lip up front or camber adjustment. The reason for caber adjustment because I do need a alignment any ways!
if it's rubbing very lightly on your fender, you should be able to camber in the tire to clear. if it's straight up resting on the tire, you'll need more than just camber adjustment.
Thank You Timmy! I will post pic tomorrow. I have an appointment with alignment shop on Monday. I only rub if I hit a big bump and don't see any evidence on the tire and is rubbing the plastic rivet in the fender wheel.